|Mary Maguire - Editor
Mary Maguire is a lady who wants to do it all and do it well. The problem is—she only has one life. She put herself through college, married a wonderful man, had three great careers and three fantastic kids. Along the way, she ventured out, often dragging her husband and kids with her, or sometimes they pulled her into their world. But retirement was her real opportunity to blossom. At 65, she moved to Florida, took up Scuba diving and learned to fly. But the highlight was going back to writing. There’s a novel in her (or two or three) struggling to erupt—and someday they will.
|Sherri Miller - Senior Editor
Sherri L. Miller is the founder and senior editor of The Hutchinson Island Writers Group and its online literary journal, “A Golden Place”, and is a fiction editor of the online literary journal “Halfway Down the Stairs”. She is the former editor of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, Ohio, St. Jude “Bridge” newsletter, and former editor of the Cincinnati, Ohio, United Italian Society “La Voce II” newsletter. As a classically trained musician, she performed with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra between the ages of ten and seventeen, and attended college at the College Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati. Sherri enjoys writing and arranging music, world culture, traveling, and spending time with her children and grandchildren. She lives in sunny Southeast Florida.
|Willi Miller - Author Interviews
Willi is a freelance writer and award-winning radio producer living in Vero Beach, Florida. She has been writing for newspapers and magazines for 12 years and is trying to find time to work on a children’s book. She is a member of the Freelance Writers Association, National Association of Women Writers, Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators, and AvantGuild.
|Virginia Nygard - Editor
In her first career as a Connecticut Elementary Education Specialist, Virginia Nygard contributed educational articles to Early Years and The Good Apple. Later, as Associate Librarian with the City of West Palm Beach Public Library, she created programming for toddlers through grade-school children. Her poetry appeared in a collection published by The National Society of Published Poets. A member of the Treasure Coast Writers Guild and the Florida Writers Association, her first novel, Déjà Vu Dream, was published in 2008. She is currently working on her second book, Beyond Déjà Vu, and a collection of short stories tentatively titled DRIFTWOOD. One of Ms. Nygard’s short stories, Lucky, won an award for short story/fiction in the 2008 Mt. Dora Annual Writers Contest.